Betty Driver dug this article up for us -

(Winnipeg Free Press issue September 4th., 1939)
TCA Plane Damaged When Tire Bursts On Muddy Field.
Swerving about 200 yards across a corner of the landing field at Stevenson airport when one of its tire blew out, a westbound Trans-Canada Air Lines plane carrying 10 passengers and a crew of three dug into the mud off the airports north-south runway. No one was injured.

The crew comprised of Captain H.Seagrim, First Officer E.Allen and Miss G. Leslie, stewardess. According to officials at the airport the right wing, three propeller blades and right hand gear were damaged but not serious and could be repaired at the TCA shop in Winnipeg.

Located in the "Horizons" magazine

Issue dated December 2008/January 2009 -

tmb quality assurance staff

The Quality Assurance team audits all airport processes including arrivals, departures, baggage, customer waits, gate holds and aircraft appearance.

Here is the team:

Row one (bottom): Line Robinson, Donna Volk, Robert Gonsolves, Joseph Biondic.

Row two: Alberto Rodriguez, Julie-anne Cadieux, Robyn Sirussi, Grace Mancz, Jenny Tsandilas, Youssef Salid.

Row three: Jack Geerts, Michael McArthur, Brigit Steiner, Sam Massara. Absent was Joey Sardar.

Air Canada Cargo (ACC) officially opened its newest terminal at YUL on November 29th., 2008. In this photo we have these people:
tmb ac cargo yulL-R. Talia Rochman,  Barb Johnston, Ezra Coltymore,  Stephanie Kirkham, Trevor Howard,  Vinod Shettigar, Will Tyler,  John Hodder, Tracey Lum Sang,  Gary Randle, Sandra Boyle.

Missing from photo: Betty Kipling, Antonio Sammartino, Carole Gobeille,  Steven Warr, Tarek Daouk.

Air Canada's "coolest" employee!

tmb cool employee at regina

Andy Farnham, Danny Mayes and Sean Nameth had a little fun with the first bit of snow Regina received during November, and made this snowman between flights at their gates.

Found in the “Between Ourselves” magazine Issue dated June 1960.

tmb ywg tcara emblem

The winning entry in a contest to choose a new letterhead for the TCARA Winnipeg Recreation Association is pictured here. Roy Soarinen of the Aircraft Inspection Department submitted the winning entry and was awarded a $75.00 gift certificate.

More gleanings from the "FYI ..." magazine -

A newsletter by and for US Air Canada people dated December 1971

tmb minneapolis 1971

Minneapolis - The new Radisson South Hotel recently dedicated their futuristic roof-top Lounge, Mr.C's, to the airline industry and Air Canada presented Bill Brose, the Hotel Manager, with a plaque in commemoration of the occasion.

Shown is Lorne Timbers, Air Canada Sales Manager and his assistant, Pat Garvey making the presentation.

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